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Terrible product! And will never recommend after purchasing it and be highly disappointed!
The one I purchased, some time ago, was high in its oils. That worked out fine for making a milk substitute by adding water and blending. Tahini always has slight bitter taste to it. That's typical of high nutrient foods, to have some natural inhibition to spoiling, I suspect.
Adding a bit of No Salt / salt substitute / potassium chloride mainly can take the edge off. It works even better for coffee. Tastes almost gourmet to me. But then, I'm no connoisseur of anything really.
I always use this tahini. Works great for salad dressings, in hummus, and with honey on toast!
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